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Wine Blogging Wednesday 81: ???

After Wine Blogging Wednesday #80: Dry Rosé, I was looking forward to participating in the planned posts. However, one month into the planned rebirth, it appears that it has stalled once again. 68 more words

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Wine Blogging Wednesday #80 Dry Rosé.

Wine blogging Wednesday is back!!!  It’s been a while since I last participated in WBW, in fact it has been a while since this has been run… 235 more words

Tasting Note

Varichon et Clerc Dry Rosé

Varichon et Clerc

Dry Rosé

2010

(France)

On Bottle/Website:

* Unoaked, Medium Bodied, Dry

* Located in the alpine region of Savoie, between Lyon and Geneva… 278 more words

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2011 Milbrandt Traditions Rose... #wbw80

You’ve had a long day. A very long day. In fact, you’ve had one of those days where you tell your supervisor “I just want to go home and drink wine straight out of the bottle,” when they come to help you with something.  368 more words

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You Had Me At Rosé - Wine Blogging Wednesday Returns (Finally)

After a year-long hiatus, Wine Blogging Wednesday is back! Today marks the 80th edition of Wine Blogging Wednesday (WBW).  Started in July 2004 by Lenn Thompson (on Twitter: … 571 more words

Rosé Colored Glasses

When we began planning our trip to Northern California I had visions of my husband and I running off to vineyards, or I would take off on my own for the day. 424 more words

Rosé and Immortality

Today is Wine Blog Wednesday; the theme is dry rosé.

Last night I opened a Tavel, Chateau De Trinquevedel, 2011. It was a beautiful coppery rose color with a great minerality and bright crispness, interwoven with an undercurrent of a soft, subtle tea-rose flavor. 268 more words

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